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23 posts from May 2017

Crowd funding the Radio access technology

By Guest, 10 May 2017

This is a guest post by Ebrahim Bushehri, CEO Lime Microsystem. If you would like to contribute a guest post, please contact ubuntu-devices@canonical.com The next step towards open source cellular networks for all At Lime we have a mission…

Fresh Snaps from April 2017

By Didier Roche, 10 May 2017

This month we have a great range of snaps, from desktop to cloud/server, to IoT, there’s a snap for everyone! If you haven’t heard of snaps yet, they are a new way for developers to package their apps, bringing with it many…

Canonical and Qualcomm: delivering unprecedented scaling

By Canonical, 9 May 2017

Canonical has been one of the earliest visionary stalwarts igniting and driving early market enablement for 64-bit ARM server compute. With the commercial availability and support for Ubuntu Openstack on 64-bit ARM v8-A architecture,…

Consortium GARR creates countrywide Federated Canonical OpenStack

By Canonical, 9 May 2017

GARR, Italy’s leading research and education network consortium, manages a fully owned fibre optic network of 15,000 Km dedicated to Italian Research and Education and offers high performance connectivity and advanced services to around 4…

Webinar: Delivering the value of IoT in the retail industry

By Canonical, 9 May 2017

    Register Now IoT is being embraced by an increasingly diverse set of sectors and one which is reaping the benefits is the retail sector, specifically supermarkets and how they are using data in cold-chain (refrigeration)…

ROS production: create Ubuntu Core image with snap preinstalled [5/5]

By Kyle Fazzari, 9 May 2017

This is the fifth (and final) blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we created a gadget snap to allow confined access to the Turtlebot. In this post, we’re going to put all the pieces from this series…

Video: Managed OpenStack upgrades

By Alexia Emmanoulopoulou, 8 May 2017

The process of upgrading OpenStack releases can be challenging, given the many moving parts and the cadence of releases. In this use case video, Juan Carliante, Cloud Reliability Engineer for Canonical explains how Canonical’s…

Discord is now available as a snap for Ubuntu and other distributions

By David Callé, 4 May 2017

There’s a new desktop snap in the Snap store: Discord. Ever heard of Discord? Within 1.5 years of its launch Discord has become an almost mandatory tool for gamers. Adoption has been wild, from streaming to a Twitch account to voice calls…

Canonical’s support for Kubernetes 1.6.2 released

By Marco Ceppi, 4 May 2017

We’re proud to announce support for Kubernetes 1.6.2 in the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes and the Kubernetes Charms. This is a pure upstream distribution of Kubernetes, built with operators in mind. It allows operators do deploy,…

Canonical and NetApp collaborate to supply open cloud solutions

By Canonical, 4 May 2017

Canonical and NetApp collaborate to supply open cloud solutions based on Ubuntu OpenStack and NetApp storage Open Cloud Solution will help organisations build scalable and easily managed private and hybrid clouds NetApp data management and…

April’s reading list

By Inayaili de León Persson, 2 May 2017

Here are the best links shared by the design team in April 2017: Joe Coleman: Sliding degrees of ‘hard sell’ Mockuuups Studio & Sketch Reasons to conference 2017: Design, Code & Create Hamburger Menu Alternatives for Mobile…